Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Monday, January 30, 2012

vintage TV...the Sony 8-301...

this little Transistorized TV created quite a stir on the internet last week when it brought a whopping $1032.00 on Ebay...not suprising considering the rarity and the condition...In 1962 Sony sent it's first Television to America, the Sony 8-301 and with a price tag of nearly $250 this little package with the Eight Inch Screen was only available to the richest of "techno-geeks"...here's proof that Good Things can come in Small Packages...there's still plenty of treasure out there, keep your eyes peeled!

Friday, January 27, 2012

disappearing vintage sweatshirt..

I spotted this amazing Double V Vintage Sweatshirt earlier this week on Ebay and immediately added it to my "watchlist"...a day later it was gone, I wonder where it went?...maybe someone made an offer that was "too good to refuse"...

Thursday, January 26, 2012

most watched vintage...

no secrets here, these are the TOP WATCHED Mens Vintage Jackets currently listed on Ebay according to CollectorsWeekly.com...amazing Jackets and deserve all the attention they are getting! http://www.collectorsweekly.com/mens-clothing/auctions?sort=most-watched

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

vintage snap...

1950s East Coast ace Jackie McLaughlin shows us his Winning Smile...

Friday, January 20, 2012

vintage watch list...











here's my EBay Vintage "Watch List" for this week...a tad ecletic

vintage neon...


I snapped this old gal recently on the West Side of Downtown Louisville, Ky...

Thursday, January 19, 2012

banned vintage...



this morning I opened my computer to find that one of my Ebay listings had been removed...actually it wasn't even scheduled to begin until tonight, very efficient, those Ebay coppers...the listing was for a Pair of 1960s-70s Tyrol Chukka Boots...the boots are made of real Seal-Skin and even though it was legal back when the boots were made, the seal is now on the Endangered Species List and such products, no matter when they were produced are not allowed, unless of course, they were produced by a genuine Native American...really, I don't have a problem with this policy...it's their busines, I'm just a guest, and they should have the right to impliment whatever rules and regulations they like, after all there are other choices...as for me, I should have known, I did feel a tad creepy when I purchased the boots, but "creepy" sells and I was more concerned about making a dollar, I still am...
Here's the official policy...
Unfortunately, we had to remove your listing because of the following:

Your 70s vtg Tyrol Eskimo Boots fur snow shoes ski chukka jacket Men 8.5 Wmns 10.5 are made of Seal Fur, which are endangered animals. Marine mammal products can only be listed on eBay if the item has first been converted into an article of clothing or handicraft item by an Alaskan Native artisan (US) or First Nations artisan (CA).

We understand that you may have not been aware of this policy, and this notice is to simply make sure that you are aware of it going forward. Please do not relist the item. You will see other items like yours on the site because they have not been reviewed yet. We realize it is frustrating to see other items listed when yours has been removed, but please understand that as we remove listings, other items get listed. We encourage you to report those items to us, using the 'report item' link, for review as this policy applies to every seller.
Because of state and federal regulations on the sale of live animals, plants, and wildlife products, we have some restrictions on the kinds of items you can sell on eBay.
We don't allow listings for marine animal products (such as those made from sea otters, whales, porpoise, dolphins, and seals) unless they've been transformed into an authentic Alaskan Native handicraft or clothing, and you have all the necessary state, federal, and international permits to sell the items.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

I Love the 70s vintage?









having been a highschooler back in the 70's, it's still hard for me to grasp the fact that the 1970's was 40+ years ago...somehow, I guess maybe having "been there", most ordinary things that were once in my posession don't seem that old, unique or even fashionable...heck, I remember when stuff from the 50's was not only plentiful but worthless as well...